Area recruiter Jeff Sims came by the school and told the Niceville coaches that he was going to offer the playmaking receiver.
This fall McCants finished the year with over 500 yards receiving and four touchdowns.
He is looking forward to doubling his production next season as the team relies more on the passing game.
McCants said, "I think going in to next year I have more to look forward to and I want to keep improving."
The speedy split end reports interest from Florida, but he isn't sure if they are close to offering.
He grew up a Seminoles fan. Both of his parents attended Florida State, so FSU is his dream offer.
McCants is hoping to hear from UCF as well. He likes the distance to the Orlando campus and has family in the area.
The recruiting coach at Niceville reports interest from Georgia Tech, Louisville, and Virginia as well.
Niceville lost in overtime to Milton (Fla.) in the second round of the playoffs. McCants clocked a 4.75 40 (laser-timed) last spring at the Mobile Nike Football SPARQ Combine.